Idols and umbrellas from the Digambar Jain Temple in Muzaffarnagar. stolen

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Idols and umbrellas stolen from the Digambar Jain Temple
Muzaffarnagar. Four idols and six umbrellas were stolen from the Panchayati Digambar Jain Temple in Amba Vihar, Kotwali district on Sunday evening. There was anger among believers at the police administration due to the theft in the temple. Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal also went to the site to inquire about the incident and instructed the police to investigate the incident soon. On the other hand, a thief was caught stealing the surveillance cameras installed in the temple. The police registered the complaint.
There is a famous Digambar Jain Panchayati Temple in Mohalla Amba Vihar of Kotwali City. On Sunday night, thieves broke into the temple by breaking the window and stealing four brass idols and six umbrellas. When the believers reached the temple on Monday morning to pray, they learned of the theft. Once the information came in, there were a ton of followers. On clues, the city police reached the point and investigated. After reviewing the footage from the CCTV cameras installed in the temple, it was found that the theft was recorded on the CCTV camera. The police are looking for the theft using surveillance cameras. SP City and CO City also reached the site and inquired about the incident. Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal later also reached the site and instructed the police to uncover the incident at the earliest. CO City Kuldeep Kumar announced that a theft report was registered on behalf of Yogesh Jain. The police are looking for the perpetrators on the basis of the CCTV recordings. A man was caught stealing in the CCTV footage. Three teams were used to arrest the villains. The incident will be announced soon.

Idols and umbrellas stolen from the Digambar Jain Temple

Muzaffarnagar. Four idols and six umbrellas were stolen from the Panchayati Digambar Jain Temple in Amba Vihar, Kotwali district on Sunday evening. There was anger among believers at the police administration due to the theft in the temple. Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal also went to the site to inquire about the incident and instructed the police to investigate the incident soon. On the other hand, a thief was caught stealing the surveillance cameras installed in the temple. The police registered the complaint.

There is a famous Digambar Jain Panchayati Temple in Mohalla Amba Vihar of Kotwali City. On Sunday night, thieves broke into the temple by breaking the window and stealing four brass idols and six umbrellas. When the believers reached the temple on Monday morning to pray, they learned of the theft. Once the information came in, there were a ton of followers. On clues, the city police reached the point and investigated. After reviewing the footage from the CCTV cameras installed in the temple, it was found that the theft was recorded on the CCTV camera. The police are looking for the theft using surveillance cameras. SP City and CO City also reached the site and inquired about the incident. Minister of State Kapil Dev Aggarwal later also reached the site and instructed the police to uncover the incident at the earliest. CO City Kuldeep Kumar announced that a theft report was registered on behalf of Yogesh Jain. The police are looking for the perpetrators on the basis of the CCTV recordings. A man was caught stealing on video surveillance. Three teams were used to arrest the villains. The incident will soon be revealed.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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